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Protecting our human rights

Next year will mark the 50th Anniversary of two international human rights treaties: the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) and the…

World Philosophy Day

The third Thursday of November marks World Philosophy Day. A day that was first introduced by UNESCO in 2002 with the aim of honouring…

Protecting the rights of ethnic and religious minorities

Today marks the International Day for Tolerance, recognising the need for all countries to tolerate minority groups regardless of nationality, religion, language, race, sexuality…

Recognising the Right to Truth Day

Recognition of the right to truth about human rights violations and the dignity of victims is reflected in our programme on human rights,…

The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge

In partnership with CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research and with support from the Sir Halley Stewart Trust, Wilton Park conducted ‘The Big…

2013: a year in review

  This timeline looks back at some of the major events that took place in 2013.   February On…

Human Rights Day 2013: pushing the agenda

Since 1950, two years after the adoption by the UN’s General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10 December has been celebrated annually…

The Big Bang is published on iBooks

Following on from our report on last autumn’s conference, we have…

Jubilee Dialogues: religion and foreign policy

The third instalment of the Jubilee Dialogue series considered the ways in which religion will shape foreign policy over the next ten years. The Jubilee…

Let there be a Big Bang

Reverend Canon Dr Gary Wilton, The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the EU;  Canon of the Pro-Cathedral of Holy Trinity, and Visiting Programme Director at…